Weight 2.8 kg / 6.2 lb (157 cm)
Tip/Waist/Tail Width 120 / 88 / 111 mm
Available Lengths 157 / 166 / 172 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's Viva page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of G3 Genuine Guide Gear Viva Skis - WomensIf youre a guide in the backcountry, other peoples lives can depend on the gear that you choose. Thats why, in 1995, when G3 started making avalanche probes, they decided to hold every item they made to a higher standard. Will this piece of equipment improve the abilities and safety of professionals who live and work in the backcountry Skiing is life. Both require confidence. The Vivas mid-fat dimensions offer versatility, while its high performance flex delivers unwaivering stability and control. Built with G3s semi-cap construction and a poplar core, the Viva is for women who charge the moguls, rip the groomed, and carve the steeps. Let it go and the Viva brings you back, turn after turn.FeaturesTipWaistTail Width 121 88 109 mmAvailable Lengths 157, 166 cmWeight 3.0kg 6.6lb 166cmSkiing Style TechnicalConstruction CoreLightSki Type All MountainAbility Intermediate, Advanced, ExpertTerrain Freeride, Touring

- US Outdoor Store

CLOSEOUTS . A lightweight mid-fat ski thatand#39;s as comfortable and responsive on lift-serviced terrain as it is in the backcountry. G3 Viva alpine skis have a wood core for stability and an early-rise tip for flotation. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

The G3 Women's Viva Ski knows how to live. Non-discriminating, it charges moguls, carves up groomers, rips down steeps, and glides over pow with defiant joie de vivre. With semi-cap construction and an uber-light wood core, this mid-fat ski controls itself at mach speed but doesn't have much restraint with its all-mountain appetite.

- Backcountry.com

The G3 Viva is a mid-fat ski that performs with confidence and is meant for aggressive female skiers, both inbounds and out.

- CampSaver.com

G3 Viva


The G3 Viva is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 29, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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